two NICs - one for management, one for primary network...both vlan networks on a trunk. Having multilpe gateways on windows is frowned upon. We only need RDP to work on the management NIC. Currently, the primary network has the default gateway and the management NIC does not have a default gateway. All traffic is routed through the primary interface. This is the configuration on 13 virtual machines (VMWare).
* I can tracert to the management IP of the domain controller
* I can ping other management IPs
* Currently we only have 2 other windows machines. However, they are only configured with one IP/NIC. The management network is configured with the NIC and these domain controllers are accessible via RDP.
* The server in question is accessible via RDP when I enter in the management default gateway on the mangement TCP/IP properties. When I remove the default gateway, the machine is no longer accessible via RDP (outside of the management network). I'm trying to access the machine from our internal network (firewall is allowing rdp/ssh traffic). So....management default gateway in place? I can connect from my workstation.
No management default gateway in place? I can only RDP to the server from another VM inside the management network.
A lot of info...let me know what you think.